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Do not get confused with the other trusty hotel in sakae.
Hotel is fairly old and need of a little talc.
Booked a double room for our first night and had to change to another room for the second. All they had was a semi...More
Room size was ok for 1 person. A window that faces a wall of another building with no sunlight, and the room was smelly. I reserved a non-smoking room, but the room smelled like it was a smoking room. Glad I only stayed there for...More
I am currently in Nagoya staying here and the service has been fabulous. I am American and do not speak any Japanese, but this has not been a problem. The staff has been extremely courteous.
The hotel was much better than I expected since I...More
small room but complete with all necessities of the standard hotel, hallway is elegant, clean, convenient location, they dont have their own laundry service but they have other affiliated hotel nearby where we used the coin operated washing machine, its cheap but they charge the...More
hotel rooms in Japan is always small. the room we stay had a tiny window, facing the back alley, no view but quiet. everything is clean and staff speaks basic English.
We were there for the Aichi Triennale (very good exhibition) and it's close to...More
US$52 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Echo Yikaikaikaikai. Most hotels we went to in Japan are willing to store luggage for us either before check-in or after check-out. The question though is where you are going after coming back from Kiso Valley. The hotel... More
Echo Yikaikaikaikai. Most hotels we went to in Japan are willing to store luggage for us either before check-in or after check-out. The question though is where you are going after coming back from Kiso Valley. The hotel is a subway station away from Nagoya station. If you are travelling from the train station to another destination after coming back from Kiso Valley, you may want to consider storing your luggage at the train station instead.
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"extremely tiny rooms, my bathroom was not only small but also smelt of urine. Bad english spoken."